If you have an ailing heart, starting — and sticking with — a
cardiac rehabilitation program is an excellent undertaking. There
are thousands of such programs across the United States. Some are
in hospitals and medical centers, others operate out of other
health care organizations, YMCAs, Jewish Community Centers, senior
centers, senior centers, and gyms. The best programs offer
supervised exercise with other ways to protect the heart.
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